Demonstrations against War on Yemen, in Support of Lebanon's Kordahi Roam Bahrain
Bahrain witnesses popular demonstrations denouncing the Saudi-led aggression against Yemen and in support of Lebanon's Minister of Information in light of the Saudi-led campaign against him.
Bahrain witnessed popular demonstrations on Friday to demand ending the Saudi-led coalition war on Yemen and to reject the Saudi-led campaign against Lebanon.
Demonstrators roamed the streets of the town of al-Qadam in the Northern Governorate of Bahrain in support of the Yemeni people and lifted banners that described the Saudi war on Yemen as futile, as they chanted slogans condemning the war.
At the same time, they affirmed the solidarity of the Bahraini people with the Lebanese Minister of Information George Kordahi in light of the Saudi-led campaign against him over his statements that rejected the war on Yemen and described it as "futile".
The demonstrators also expressed their solidarity with the Resistance and stressed that normalizing ties with the Israeli occupation and boycotting Lebanon are considered treason.
A few days ago, Kordahi ruled out his resignation from the Lebanese government following the campaign against his statements on the war on Yemen, which angered Saudi Arabia that summoned its Ambassador to Lebanon for consultations, requested the Ambassador of Lebanon to leave the Kingdom within 48 hours and decided to stop all Lebanese imports.
Lebanon's Foreign Minister, Abdallah Bou Habib, welcomed a statement by Oman, in which it announced its regret that relations between Lebanon and a number of Arab countries had gone sour, asking for restraint and de-escalation.
In a step that is the first of its kind since the beginning of the crisis, the Lebanese Cabinet announced on Monday that the Qatari Foreign Minister will arrive in Beirut soon to discuss the Lebanese-Gulf crisis.